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Not long after, she received a bill for thousands of dollars in the mail from the mayor, CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reported.
After watching thousands of Americans show support for the Black Lives Matter movement, Emily Gil, 18, was inspired to hold her own rally at home in Englewood Cliffs.
“It’s an issue we care about. And we notice these issues in our own towns, so we can do something about it,” said Gil.
She also wanted to highlight a lack of affordable housing.
In June, Gil said she notified local officials about the protest and even met with the police chief to iron out logistics.